Almonds don't lactate. Neither do soybeans or coconuts for that matter.
Aspartame is by far the most dangerous substance added to most foods today. Categorized as a “chemical poison” by nutritionists, aspartame accounts for over 75 percent of the adverse reactions to food additives reported to the FDA. Many of these reactions are very serious, including seizures and death.
As we now know, the Aurora Dairy has been operating organic farms illegally. This was disturbing, to say the least.
And now, based on that evidence, The Cornucopia Institute has filed formal legal complaints against Aurora Dairy and their organic certifier, the Colorado Department of Agriculture. (They even went so far as to write to the Trump administration’s new USDA Secretary, Sonny Perdue, to ask for the removal of the agency’s lead organic regulator.)
I’ve written extensively about the differences between raw grass-fed milk and dairy from cows raised in concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs), explaining the many health and environmental benefits of the former and the risks associated with the latter.
Contrary to popular belief, pasteurized CAFO milk is NOT safer than raw milk from a healthy, grass-fed cow raised according to organic standards. Data shows that illnesses linked to raw milk are minimal, and far lower than those from pasteurized CAFO milk.
All of those antiquated government talking points about the alleged dangers of drinking raw milk have once again been debunked, this time by a series of scientific risk assessments recently published in the Journal of Food Protection. A press release published in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) explains that, based on the results of three new quantitative microbial risk assessments (QMRAs), as well as the review of dozens of other scholarly papers on the subject, raw milk is very clearly a low-risk food that is generally safe for everyone, including pregnant women and young children.
Coffee, olive oil and fish are just some of the adulterated and intentionally mislabeled foods regularly passed off as something they’re not.
health freedom alliance, 10 February 2016
Parkinson’s Disease (PD) is a chronic progressive disorder of the nervous system that affects the person’s ability to move.
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